DiSC Behavioral Tool

The DISC Model


Anyone can get you to do things you want to do. Great Leaders persuade you to do the things you do not want to do and not feel put upon. This seminar will demonstrate the newest in behavioral communications.

Why is it that some teams work smoothly and effectively together, while others break down into internal conflict and achieve little? One of the main factors is the interaction of different behavior styles within the team.

DISC behavioral assessments can provide a useful predictor of team effectiveness, by highlighting possible problem areas and suggesting ways of resolving these problems.

Each of the four DISC factors plays a different part in the team structure, and a variety of factors across a team can help to ensure that the team performs effectively. By understanding and learning to recognize behavioral patterns, team leaders can build teams that work, and team members can better “blend” styles to achieve positive results.

Tim Davis will teach the fundamentals of DISC and help attendees understand the behavioral styles of themselves and their coworkers. The result will be better leadership, relationship, and team skills.